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Re: Information Needed

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

Hi Michael
     Why not grow Pacific Coast Iris. You are in about the right territory. 
The fields at Schreiner's and Cooley's are delicious so I do understand the 
leap of faith. Before you go to see the fields in the Salem area this year 
why not look into some of the other excellent smaller iris growers in that 
area. You might have to plan a bit more time for decision making then, 

Rita B
University Place, WA
zone 7/8  Region 13 

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